Discipline With Love and Limits
Revised and updated edition of the #1 non-violent discipline book in North America—nearly 1 million copies sold! Discipline with Love & Limits provides calm, practical solutions to the 43 most common childhood misbehaviors, like: Whining, Temper Tantrums, Mealtime Meltdown, Too Much Screen Time, Bullying and Biting, Disobeying, Not Sharing, Resisting Bedtime, Getting Out of Bed, Leaving a Mess, Travel Meltdowns, Resisting Carseats, Talking Back, …and many more!
The Eight Seasons of Parenthood
Explore the very predictable cycles of parenthood, discovering how each waxing and waning season shapes individuals and families. Beginning with pregnancy (a time when moms-to-be are the "celebrities" and their partners are the "roadies"), familiar examples are used to describe the physical and psychological changes adults encounter throughout parenthood.
20 Teachable Virtues
Here's help for your most important job as a parent -- teaching your children lessons of virtue including respect, responsibility and empathy. Realistic suggestions help parents seize "teachable moments" when these lessons can be imparted effectively.
Getting Your Child from No to Yes Without Nagging, Bribing, or Threatening
Parents are constantly frustrated when their children don't do what they ask them to do-including getting dressed, brushing their teeth and getting in the car-over 60 times a day! This easy-to-use book solves this classic parent-child battle by teaching parents the secrets to getting their children to cooperate in caring, positive ways.
How to Discipline Your Six to Twelve Year Old Without Losing Your Mind
Discipline Without Shouting Or Spanking became a best-seller by providing practical, effective solutions for common behavior problems of children under six. Here the authors provide developmentally appropriate advice for older youngsters.
Uncle Dan's Report Card
With the discovery of their Uncle Dan's school report card from 1914, in which a "Home Report" section of the card was to be completed by parents, Barbara and Robert Unell were inspired to explore the behaviors and values upon which students were "graded" in addition to the standard academic subjects.